2008-05-31 - Fishing report from Pretty Work in Oregon Inlet, NC
Hey Captain Randy Frees here with Over Under Adventures! I've been fishing out of Oregon Inlet, North Carolina for 13 years and just recently joined the OU Team. We just arrived here from the Flordia Keys for the Tuna/Marlin Fishing season. I am currently running the Pretty Work here in Oregon Inlet (Pirates Cove). Having completed our first three days of fishing here we are off to a good start. On Saturday we got a half dozen yellowfin tunas and one gaffer dolphin. Sunday was a very slow day for the whole fleet. We managed two gaffers. There was a very early morning bite of Bigeyes that if you were lucky enough to be there first crack we might have hooked a few. Three boats were, however, we were not one of them. Monday was a good day with 12 gaffers including one 38 pound citation and one yellowfin in the 50ís. Our charter today wanted meat (168 pounds to be exact) even though the marlin bite down the road was going off. Today alone several boats caught multiple blue marlin, white marlin, and sailfish. All that fishing was from the 280 Rockpile to the 900 line. So that water is pushin its way here and we expect some awesome Billfishing to come in the next week. So come on down to get in on the fun with mixed bags of tuna, dolphin, and billfish. You all know how we do it here in Oregon Inlet. Thanks and stay tuned for more to come and just remember if you ain't fishin with Over Under you're wishin' you were! Tight Lines and be safe! Captain Randy Frees OverUnder Adventure